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Arosa Piedmont’s First Blood-Drive Thursday July 6th, 2023 Arosa Piedmont Triad in Greensboro, North Carolina, and the Red Cross joined forces on Thursday, July 6th, 2023 to host a Blood Drive from 10:00am – 2:00pm. Ari Medoff, Arosa’s CEO, shares his experience overcoming trypanophobia, the intense fear of needles. You may still catch the Blood...
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Homespire, A Lifespark Company, Joined the Arosa Family The Nation’s Largest Provider of Integrated Care Management And Caregiving Services, Now in Salt Lake City On June 1st, 2023, Homespire merged with Arosa Homespire and Arosa, both leading providers of In-Home Caregiving and Care Management services, announced they have entered into a definitive agreement to transfer...
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Arosa honors its 100-year-old clients This article was posted in a local newspaper in Shelbyville, Tennessee. It highlights the specialized in-home care our caregivers and care managers provide to seniors and young people alike. Experts in Care in Middle Tennessee Since 2001, Arosa has been the premier home care provider in the Middle Tennessee area,...
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How to Care for Seniors with Parkinson’s Disease April is recognized as Parkinson’s Awareness Month and is the birth month of James Parkinson, whose work led to recognition of the medical condition. This is a good time to bring awareness to its symptoms and offer suggestions on how to support seniors affected by Parkinson’s disease. ...
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Caregiver Appreciation Day is in March, but Arosa Celebrates All Month Long! What Caregiver Appreciation Means March is a time dedicated to recognizing and honoring the many care professionals who provide care for the elderly. It is an opportunity to celebrate and show appreciation for their dedication, hard work, and selflessness as they often put...
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5 Nutrition Tips for Seniors As people age, their nutrition needs may change, and it is important for senior citizens to know how to get the most nutrition out of their food choices. March is National Nutrition Month, and it is a good time to raise awareness of the importance of making informed food choices...
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How Social Work Impacts Arosa’s Integrated Model of Care. Care Team Spotlight: Jennifer Axelson and Jennifer Gazda. March 21st is World Social Work Day. Many care professionals at Arosa are also social workers or have a background in social work. Social workers are highly trained and passionate professionals that are experts in assessing needs and...
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How to Deal with Aging Parents Have a plan in place for your aging parents. The aging process happens gradually, but the level of care aging parents need can change in a split second. While it’s nice to have a plan in place when the time comes, the best plan is to always be prepared....
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Four Things to Know About Glaucoma and Seniors What is glaucoma? Glaucoma is a disease that damages the optic nerve in your eye. Disease typically happens when fluid builds up in the eye, causing pressure and damaging the optic nerve. This disease is more common among older adults. Below are four things you need to...
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World Gratitude Day is September 21, but Arosa Shows Gratitude All Month Long! About World Gratitude Day A little bit of gratitude can go a long way. World Gratitude Day started in Hawaii in 1965 during a United Nations’ gathering hosted by Sri Chinmoy, a spiritual leader and meditation teacher. During a Thanksgiving dinner at...
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